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This week we have many g-ond
things to offer at prices heW the
present market
Boy's Fleece Lined Underwear
Boy's Fleece Lined Union Suits
Boy's Wool Union Suits, .
Girl's Wool Union Suits, .
Ladles' Union Suits.
Ladies' Separate Garments.
Men's Separate Garments, Fleece Lined
Men's Separate Garments, heavy cotton
Men's Single Garments, Heavy Wool
Men's Union Suits, Dr. Wright's (wrool)
Men's Munslngwear,.
Men's Wool Gloves .
* 50
. Ltt
2.50 and 2.75
1.75, 2.00 and 2.25
2 , 00 ,
1.25 to 6.50
1-25 to 1.50
/ ■,
LOO, 5,00 and 6,00
75c, 1.00 and 1.50
Yours with Munsingwear,
Reid's Department Store
The Store of Quality with a
Reasonable Price
If you have anything you wish to
«11 you can find a buyer by adver
tising in the Bonners Ferry Herald.
160 Acres for Only $3000
Halt is alder loam and remainder
Ii loam free from rocks: best spring
water: good 5 room house, log barn
md out-bulldlngs: half mile to good
chool and four miles to Naples. Can
lear tor $26 to $30 per acre. Best
...... , .,
opportunlty In the county. Time If
desired. Call at Herald office. tf
New Stocks of Merchandise
These days we are now receiving, almost daily,
shipments of new stocks for our various departments.
We ordered our stocks early in order to be able to
take care of your holiday and mid-winter wants.
Stationery— Our new lines are very attractive.
Plain and fancy boxed, very fine quality and most
reasonably priced. We have a very large assort
ment to select from.
Books— All the latest Popular Fiction. A fine line
for boys and girls. Also elegantly bound Gift
Books, Bibles, etc.
Parisian Ivory is always suitable for gifts and
while we keep a large stock the year round, at
this season we have for your inspection almost ev
ery article you could desire, and show these in
many pretty designs.
Cameras— Another new shipment, various sizes,
reasonably priced. Remember, we will do your
finishing and printing. Prompt service. We have
a complete line of photo supplies.
Simonds Drug Store
C. D. SIMONDS. Prop.
"Dependable MercKandiae"
"On the Corner"
Buy a Columbia Orafonola
A small payment now will insure delivery of a Colum
bia to you at Christmas time. Don't wait. Do it today.
I wish to announce to the friends and patrons
of the CLUB CIGAR STORE that I have sold my
interests in this store to George Myers. I wish to
thank all my friends for the patronage which has
been accorded me in past years, and I earnestly
hope that they will continue to give this patronage
to Mr. Myers, who, I know, will give you the
same good goods and service that you have had in
the past.
Bronchial Trouble.
Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder, Rocktield,
Ind., states: "For an atack of bron
chial trouble which usually assails
in the spring I find Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy the only thing htat
gives me relief,
few days all signs of bronchial trouble
Mail orders given prompt and care
ful attention. We guarantee them
against breakage and pay parcels
P ost „ or express charges Send your
next order for drug sundries to Si
m0 nds' Drug Store/ Bonners Ferry,
After uslr g It for a
Cocal Pick-ups
Alfalfa Hay for sale
D. Rowell.
Address C. i
w u !
a i. M *' urnnii tt was a visitor '
m Spokane last Thursday. | for
Miss Katherine Eagan is convales
cing from an attack of the Spanish In
Mrs. Daisy Kingsley, of Troy. Mont., ! der
is seriously ill at the Bonners Ferry
hospital. 1
The St Marys Guild will meet on |
Thursday afternoon at the home of ■
Mrs. I. Causton. |visit
Mrs. Ed Miley left last Friday for
Coeur d Aiene City to spend u week :
visiting with friends
J. Bert Cowen, cashier of the First
State Bank, was a business visitor in 1 ,
the Addie district vesterdav ln
wir Un!' ,
horse woi.hf t HLAI -Good woik
i) h ' fo.nnK n* about 56(1 pounds. e '
d npbell, City. NovlS. old
FOR SALE—Cottage with screened
in porch, and two lots. 11,000, cash
or terms.
See H. O. Jackson.
The W. C. T, Ü. will meet next Fri
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. C.
H. Goodman, on the Northside.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morkelberg, of
Moravia, are the proud parents of
baby boy who was born Friday.
J. H. Miley, of Seattle, Wash., ar
rived here Friday to visit for a time
at the home of his brother, Ed Miley.
Miss Eva Nelson left yesterday for
her home at Everett, Wash., after a
visit here with her sister. Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Fred Causton and Mrs. A. C.
Gay left yesterday for Spokane where
they will spend a week visiting with
Miss Hattie Weiss left today for the
home of her parents at Lenia, having
received word of the Illness of her
William ("Buddie") Kinnear has
been quite sick the past week with
influenza but is now reported as im
Miss Laurel Gleed, instructress in
music and art for the Bonners Ferry
schools, was a visitor in Spokane Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. Anderson, teacher of the sev
enth grade^ of the Bonners Ferry
schools, spent the week-end in Spo
kane, visiting with her son.
FOR SALE—Team of horses and
harness. Horses weigh 1300 pounds
each; 9 and 10 years old. For price
or particulars address P. O. Box 44,
Moravia, Idaho. Nov 11c.
Mrs. A. B. Ashby is critically ill at
her home with Spanish influenza. Drs.
Fry and Faucett today reported her
condition somewhat improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Moody are the
happy parents of a son born to them
Saturday aweek. Mr. and Mrs. Moody
reside in the Porthill district.
Mrs. L. E. Yenter, of Republic,
Wash., arrived here last week and will
probably spend the winter at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Veda Yenter.
Mrs. Rose Evans, of Boston, Mass.,
arrived here Sunday to visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Gray.
The visitor is a cousin of Mr. Gray.
Mrs. Olive Harrington returned on
Friday from Wenatchee, Wash., where
she was called a few weeks ago by the
illness of her daughter, Mrs. William
John Johnston, a dentist of Spokane,
was here Friday and Saturday to visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G.
Johnston and his sister, Miss Veona
The members of the Union church
Ladies' Aid society will meet on Wed
nesday afternoon at the church par
lors and Mrs. Ira Gines and Mrs. Geo.
R. Gray will entertain.
Mrs. George McCormack, one of the
prominent matrons of the Leonia dis
trict. left Saturday for her home after
having been a patient at the Bonners
Ferry hospital for several weeks.
R. D. Paolucci left yesterday for
Spokane where he planned to pur
chase a stock of rubbers for the win
ter trade and also some more shoes to
complete his stocks already here and
also enroute.
Mrs. Anna Callahan has resigned her
position as assistant postmistress and
has accepted a position in the dining
room of the International hotel.
Stoos will take Mrs. Callahan's place
in the postofflee.
Miss Martha Klockmann, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klockmann, of
Porthill, came here Saturday to have
dental work done. She is spending
the week as a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. King.
E. L. Glad, of the Bonners Ferry
Meat Company, left tor Spokane Sat
urday night with a carload of prime
steers which he will sell in Spokane.
The steers were raised by Mr. Eubanks
of the Porthill district.
The schools of Independent School
District No. 4 began today the serving
of soup and hot lunches,
vice is in charge of the domestic
science department of which Miss
Dorothy Spurling is In charge.
James G. Ferb rache, of Carey wood.
Idaho, arrived here yesterday to spend
a few days on a visit with friends and
to attend to business matters,
developing a number of galena ore
claims in the Pend d Oreille mining
Attention of the readers of the Her
ald is called this week to the price
advertisement of the Kinnear Kloth
ing store, to be found on page three.
Many items of seasonable wear for
and boys are listed in this adver
This ser
He is
Yesterday four auto owners were
hailed before Justice King for viola
tions of the traffic ordinance of the
city and fines of $1.00 and costs were
imposed. Marshall Worley states that
he intends to prosecute all violations
of the ordinance and that all autoists
should heed this second warning.
R. D. Paolucci returned today from
a business trip to Spokane. He says
his new stock of shoes arrived here
yesterday and that his stock of rub
bers will be here tomorrow. Edwin
Zimmerman has accepted a position
at Mr. Paolucci'« shoe store and wll!
act as salesman and learn the busi
Miss McAndrew, one of the teach
ers at Kootenai, came up Friday for
a visit at the Peckenpaugh home, re
turning Sunday.
Marvin Peckenpaugh came down
from Michel, R. C. Friday, where he is
employed as operator for the C. P. Ry,,
for a visit of a tew days with the
home folks,
There will be a dance at the Com
munity Hall next Saturday night un
der tke auspices of the Community
Association. A cordial invitation to
attend is extended to all.
Mrs Wni Kane, of Saginaw, Mich., I
stopped off here Saturday for a short !
|visit with friends. Mr. Kane. (BUD,
was ai " operator here for the S. 1. Ry.
about five years aB0 ' Mra Kane wa8
enroute to White Salmon, Wash.,
'to visit her parents.
„ . .
, R ° ber * Mu " roe ', traveling inspector
ln the Canadian Immigration service.
located at Winnipeg, dropped in Fri
day afternoon to take in the Hallow
e ' en party and incidentally to renew
old acquaintances. "Bob" is a royal
good fellow and his many friends here
appreciated his visit,
The literary and dance given by the
International Community Association
on last Friday evening as the opening
of a series of these events to be contin
ued throughout the winter, proved a
very successful affair and was highly
enjoyed by the large audience present.
The early part of he evening was de
voted to a program of music and reci
tations after which the seats were re
moved and the children had the free
run- of the hall for an hour or so with
their games, much to their delight.
One youngster was heard to remark:
"The kids are having the beat time
they ever had."
sentiments of the older ones too. They
were treated to cider, apples and
candy and then went home,
they were gone the older people in
dulged In dancing until a late hour.
There were quite a few present from
Addie, Round Prairie and Yakt.
W'hich voices the
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beach went to
Spokane Tuesday.
John McCormack did some teaming
work last week for George Pixley.
Mrs. Marilla Crissey was a business
visitor in Bonners Ferry, Monday.
Carl Gray brought the first deer
of the season into Leonia Monday.
Miss Eva Marshall, of Libby. Mont.,
visited with friends here on Sunday.
Charles and Arthur Sargent are on
a hunting trip on Pine creek this
Miss Mildred Stonechest was a vis
itor in Bonners Ferry on Friday and
Mrs. Gertrude Fitzpatrick has been
suffering for the past two weeks with
a severe attack of rheumatism.
John O'Gallagher and Lee Stroud
are bonding rails for the Great Nor
thern railway company at Leonia.
The dance at the McCormack school
on last Saturday night was well at
tended and all report a good time.
Willis Wisdom, who has been visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Will Witterer,
for the past week, left Monday for his
home in Spokane.
The Idaho Gold and Ruby Mining
have four new Cleveland
The new machines
tractors in use.
were unloaded here last week.
Miss Bertina Larson and Miss Ruth
Sebelist started housekeeping last
week in the new teacherage which
was just recently completed at the Mc
Cormack school.
The two little Fuller children have
been taken from the Curley Creek
school in Montana, to Leonia, Idaho,
to complete the required number of
children needed to keep the Leonia
school going.
In the Leonia school belong in Mon
tana districts.
Five of the six pupils
A Beautiful Woman.
Do you Know that a beautiful woman
always has a good digestion? If your
digestion is faulty, eat lightly of meats,
and take an occasional dose of Cham
berlain's Tablets to strengthen your
digestion. Price 26c.
Read the ads in the Herald and
save money.
SHEEP FOR SALE—55 ewes and
lambs and a thoroughbred ram.
quire of J. W. Turner, Bonners Ferry,
Auction Sale
Nov. 12
At the C. B. Van Alstine Ranch, known
the M. F. MeAnelly Ranch
Near Copeland, on the Lower Road
Free Lunch at Noon
Sale Starts at 10:30 a.m.
25 Head of Purebred Brown Swiss Cows
All milking, will be fresh in a few weeks, two to eight years old. This is the finest herd of milk
ever brought to this district. A wonderful chance to buy purebred stock at your own price.
15 to 20 Head of Brown Swiss Calves
Purebred stock.
Six to ten months old.
All good stock and worth your inspection.
Ranging from 800 to 1200 pounds, two years old and up.
■Under $20, Cash. Over $20 bankable notes for six months at 10 per cent interest.
F. A. SHULT1S, Clerk
I. CAUSTON, Auctioneer
C. B. VanAlstine, Owner
You live out of towu—
The weather is inclement—
You are pressed for time—
or for any other reason you find it impossible or
impractical to stop in at the bank yourself—
Our banklng-by-malt service will be of the greatest
The maximum banking efficiency is secured at a min
imum expenditure of effort.
Requests for detailed information are always wel
Resource» over $400,000.00
Come to Headquarters
For your WINTER CLOTHING where your dollars
will do their full duty.
Ball Band White Heavy Rubbers
Ball Band Vacuum Rubbers, water-pr. lea. tops 5.50
U. S. All Red Rubber, 12-inch tops
McMillan All-Wool Pants, heavy.. _
Mackinaws, 40-ounce, 34-inch
Boys' Suits, $6,00 to_
A complete line of Wool Hose, Sweaters, Ceps and
Underwear for the Whole Family.
Our Shoe Stock we feel is the best assortment we
ever had, and if you are lucky on size so as to use
last year's stock, you get last year's price, as we sell
shoes according to what they cost us.
A complete line of Ball Band Rubbers for the whole
family to fit any shoe.
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Heavy Outing Flannel, per yard, 30c
Silkine Crochet Cotton, per ball
Sewing Thread, per spool
A complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Victory , 49 lb. sack..
Cascade, 49 lb. sack
Cline's Special, 49 lb. sack.. 3.45
Wheat, per cwt.
Oats, per cwt. ..
Rolled Oats, per cwL .... 3.60
White Shorts, per cwt. .... 3.00
Middlings, per cwt.
Bran and Shorts, SO lb sk., . 2.00
We pay cash for eggs at all times and other produce as needed
for our trade.
Can use at, once 100 Sacks Good Spuds at $2 per cwt.
Brown's Dept. Store

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